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Monday, April 27, 2020

Flame Azaeas and a different Iris

 I hope I haven't posted these photos before. It's getting hard to keep track, especially since I'm not going around taking photos much any more.




Today's quote:

The teenage years are often like spring, where rainbows follow on the heels of rainstorms.
Madisyn Taylor

14 comments:

  1. A joy to see flowers, they really lift the spirits. I like the "rainbows follow on the heels of rainstorms", such emotions are probably not just restricted to the teenage years! :-)

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    1. Definitely...rainstorms (and tornadoes and hurricanes) just seem right around every bend these days! I need to look for more rainbows!

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  2. Sometimes I can't remember if I have posted something before, but no matter there are always different folks looking hopefully. What a beautiful color. our county you can go to a gym but they have closed all the forestry roads, go figure, we like to take a drive on a particular one in the spring to see all the wild flowers. Our iris are still growing; they are in part shade so will take a while.

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    1. I am glad there are south facing flowers around these buildings. Yes, forrest hiking has been prohibited all over the place...strange decision.

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  3. Hello, Lovely photos! I love the pretty iris and azalea is gorgeous! Stay safe and healthy. Have a good day and great week ahead.

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    1. Thanks for visiting! These blooms are so much fun to photograph. And then enjoy sharing.

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  4. I don't know that type of azalea but love the colour. Love that Iris too.

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  5. I love flame azaleas! We have a few wild ones back in the woods but none where we can see them, alas!

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    1. Ours aren't doing very well...many of the bushes seem half dead.

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  6. ...both are lovely, I wish that they lasted longer!

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    1. Yes, but part of appreciating them is knowing they are momentary.

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